Exit Movie is a hashtag trending in the U.S. on social media that has become a source of frustration and anger for many of the people who participated in the movement.
According to the hashtag, the film was a fraud and it was all a ploy by a company to lure people into using their computers in order to access the film and potentially steal their identities.
The hashtag has since been trending on Twitter, Instagram and other social media.
On Friday, the hashtag was trending in France, where the film had been banned.
People in France tweeted out pictures of their faces with the hashtag #EliminateTheMovie, while people in the United States tweeted the hashtag to show their frustration with the film.
A French government official said that the film is being pulled from the French market.
A spokesperson for the French Embassy in the UK said that “the French Embassy has received no official communication from the film’s distributor and we are working with them to identify the facts of the situation.”
The film was banned in the country because of its alleged involvement in hacking and the use of a fake identity.
It was only after the movie was banned did people realize that it was fake and the French government was responsible.
The French Embassy says it is investigating the film to determine whether it is a scam or a legitimate attempt to attract people to buy a ticket.
France has been facing a surge in cyberattacks in recent months, particularly related to the French presidential election, and a number of other high-profile attacks have been carried out by Russian-linked hackers.